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between 1904 and 1913, form one of Southern California’s
architecturally significant enclaves. Visit sohosandiego.
org for further details.
March 22 - 28
KIA Classic LPGA Golf Tournament at La Costa Resort
and Spa
The $1.7 million LPGA Classic will once again be held at
La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad. This year’s full-field,
144-player event will bring the best names in women’s
golf to the San Diego region for the LPGA’s first 2010 event
in the United States. Tickets and more details available at
March 21
lpgalacosta.com.
BAllET FolkloriCo dE MExiCo:
March 27
Mi Familia Premiere
A WINTeR POPS SPeCIAL eVeNT
The LGBT Center’s auditorium will play host for the pre-
Ballet Folklorico has been delighting audiences throughout North America for more than 30 years. Decked
miere of Mi Familia, a documentary about families who
out in lavish, flamboyant costumes the performance troupe introduces audiences to fascinating folklore and
love their LGBT children. A joint project of The Center’s La-
magnificent ceremonial rituals from regions of Veracruz to Tamaulipas, including traditions of the Aztecs,
tino Services program and PFLAG, Mi Familia was filmed
Michoacan and may others. Dial 619.235.0804 for tickets and more.
in Spanish and is shown with English subtitles. For more
information, contact Carolina Ramos at 619.692.2077,
ext. 116, or cramos@thecentersd.org,
March 6 – April 4 March 20 – 21
San Diego Première of Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue Peter Pan
March 27 & 28
Ion Theatre Company’s next presentation comes from Up next for City Ballet of San Diego is a magical trip to
San Diego Crew Classic
Pulitzer Prize nominee Quiara Alegría Hudes, In Elliot, Neverland to join Peter Pan’s merry band of Lost Boys
The 37th annual San Diego Crew Classic is set to take place
Hudes crafts a lyrical story that traces the legacy of in a beautifully choreographed version of the classic
on San Diego’s beautiful Mission Bay. Collegiate, junior
war through three generations of a Puerto Rican- children’s story. Performances will be held at San
and masters athletes will return to compete in 100 races
American family. Performances will take place at NTC/ Diego’s premiere dance venue, the historic Spreckels
over the two days and again will be cheered by spectators
Liberty Station. Dial 619.600.5020 for tickets Theatre in downtown. For additional details, go to
enjoying amenities such as the shore-side tent row for
cityballet.org.
alumni and clubs, the jumbotron showing races start to
March 20
finish, a beer garden on the sand and much more. Go to
Opening Night of Alive and Well March 25 - April 11
crewclassic.org for additional details.
In this new romantic comedy, set to run through April Speech and Debate
25 at the Old Globe, one of our country’s continuing This fiercely funny and edgy new play is loosely based
struggle between the North and the South is on full around transcripts from an online chat between the
display as a heartbroken Civil War re-enactor and an former mayor of Spokane and a gay teenager. Speech
emotionally desperate New York journalist search for and Debate received a GLAAD Media nomination upon
the oldest living Civil War veteran. Trekking through its premiere and had an extended, sold-out run at New
the heart of Virginia, they find more than they bar- York’s Roundabout Underground. Call the Diversionary
March 25
gained for in this irreverent take on modern America. Theatre Box Office at 619.220.0097 for tickets and more
For tickets and more phone 619.234.5623. information.
OuT AT THe GLOBe
The Old Globe Theatre will once again host a special March 20 & 21 March 26 - April 11
evening for gay and lesbian theatre lovers. This Chile Pod The Pirates of Penzance
event includes a hosted wine and martini bar, deli- Coming to the La Jolla Playhouse from acclaimed Lyric Opera San Diego presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s
cious appetizers, door prizes and a pre-show mixer. Native American playwright Rhiana Yazzie, Chile Pod romantic comic opera that follows a band of pirates
Everyone is welcome and costs just $10 per person explores one young person’s journey to a place of and the young Frederic as he falls in love with the
in addition to your theatre ticket to either of the belonging, and celebrates diversity, compassion and daughter of a Major-General. Performances for this-
Globe’s productions of Boeing-Boeing or Alive and the wonders of the Oaxacan culture. This is a limited beloved masterwork will be held at the Birch North
Well. Call to RSVP at 619.234.5623. engagement with only four performances scheduled, Park Theatre through April 11. For further details,
so call 858.550.1010 to reserve your seats. phone 619.239.8836.
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